Our Barcelona, Spain travel photos features landmarks like La Rambla, La Seu, La Boqueria, Plaça de Catalunya, the Jean Miro Foundation and Frank Gehry’s Le Peix. Admittedly, we spent a lot of time in the Barri Gotic neighorhood.
And if you are interested in food, we also took photos of some of the yummy Catalonian dishes we ate. Sadly, we did not have a camera on us when we impulsively ducked into a tapas bar to escape the rain and enjoy an an early dinner feast. You will have to be content with the photo of our dual menu-placemat. ;)
And the photo of our favorite treat, taken at Cavamar Tapas Bar. Eaten on the patio with a great view of the beach. Walking along Port Olimpic, we stopped for a mid-afternoon snack of cold beer and a bowl of hot, sea-salty green peppers, or pimentos del padron.
We liked those tapas peppers so much, that Luc bought five seed packets when we got home! We gave two packs to our close friends. Unfortunately, Luc’s first crop didn’t take. Luckily, our friends had such a huge harvest that they came over two different times with a big bag for us to share.
We then cooked up batches of grilled green peppers coated with olive oil and sea salt. And had a great time. It was like being in Spain again, sigh. One caution: These peppers are not normally hot. In fact, they are actually pretty mild. But apparently the peppers get hotter as they ripen. That added a bit of fun. Who would be the next one to pick the hot one? Gulp! But it was well worth it!
You can also read more about our dining experiences in Barcelona Spain.
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